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  1. #21

    Re: 1960 xlch rustoration

    Quote Originally Posted by VPH-D View Post
    What he said... The XLB is much more desirable.
    VPH-D
    If it was an XLCH it would be an easy decision but the size of the XLB doesn’t float my boat
    1938 WLDR
    1940 WL (Race Bike)
    1944 WL
    1948WR
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  2. #22
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    Re: 1960 xlch rustoration

    Size? They are the same size.
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  3. #23

    Re: 1960 xlch rustoration

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubone View Post
    Size? They are the same size.
    Sorry Robbie, I meant physical size. I guess I could take everything off, change the nacelle, put a small tank on, an XLCH oil bag and a maggy and the problem would be solved. I feel bad stripping all the stuff off it............or an I being stupiud
    1938 WLDR
    1940 WL (Race Bike)
    1944 WL
    1948WR
    19545KHK

    http://1944WL.webs.com

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    Re: 1960 xlch rustoration

    Sell it to someone who appreciates it for what it is.
    Friends help friends move,
    Real friends help friends move bodies!

  5. #25

    Re: 1960 xlch rustoration

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubone View Post
    Sell it to someone who appreciates it for what it is.
    Yep, agree
    1938 WLDR
    1940 WL (Race Bike)
    1944 WL
    1948WR
    19545KHK

    http://1944WL.webs.com

  6. #26

    Re: 1960 xlch rustoration

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubone View Post
    Sell it to someone who appreciates it for what it is.
    Like me, I like it, it looks just like my 61XLH

  7. #27
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    Re: 1960 xlch rustoration

    I must have been living in the dark! I have never seen an XLB before. Odd duck to me. Is it in stock form and color?

  8. #28

    Re: 1960 xlch rustoration

    I got the correct two piece primary painted, horn cover, and some wiring neatened up. Again not all that professional in an attempt to keep a rider look with some battle scars left in the sheet metal here and there.



    I have the sheet metal back in the same fashion.





    Some of these pics may be posted out of sequence, I gotta admit I wasn't gonna make a thread at all and the uploads in my file are not in order.

    Last edited by murph; 01-24-2020 at 10:43 PM.

  9. #29

    Re: 1960 xlch rustoration

    Coming along nicely.

  10. #30

    Re: 1960 xlch rustoration

    I still have a few things yet to get sorted out, mainly the graphics on the tank. I have a source for measurements but finding the time to get there is eluding me. Some small hardware is still needed as well. I cleaned up the spark plug wires and the repro exhaust and decided to leave them. The paint isn't perfect and was intended as such, overall it all fit's together I think.










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